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An end joint made up of several meshing fingers of wood made with a machine and glued together.
See also: Joint
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A heading joint
having interlaced, finger-like projections on the ends of the joined members.
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Done right" makes 'Babs sounds like a posho munchie box joint
Strength and durability are important in a box joint
but a decorative spline can add visual appeal to projects.
After creating the basic design, cutting parts and assembly, we finished the box joint
and veneered the torsion boxes.
The box joint
will allow more flexibility in the joint that may cause the tips to come out of alignment if not properly maintained.
The deep and shallow supers are put together with what I call a tab joint (really a modified box joint